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deputy. the deputy was fearful that he would be shot. >> reporter: lee and plastic gun or play toy gun would have pay a large tip. this one did not. orange tip. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. >> catherine: federal investigators at the scene of a deadly bart accident in the east bay. were reconstructing the moments before two workers were hit and killed on the tracks. the accident happened over the weekend - during the bart strike -- >> catherine: a trainee was behind the controls. tonight -- the n-t-s-b hoping to piece together how it all played out. kron4's scott rates is live in walnut creek.and was there for the re-enactment. scott?
>> reporter: looking at every piece of evidence possible. trying to figure out how these two men died. >> reporter: it's an erie sight. manikins placed in very spot where a train struck and killed bart employees laurence daniels and chris sheppard >> reporter:wednesday afternoon the ntsb, in cooperation with bart reenacted the accident running trains backwards. and forwards, investigators emulating the same conditions, speed, and time the operators faced the day >> reporter:ntsb investigators confirming it was a trainee in the operators compartment and that all the systems on the car were working properly when the two were hit what is still unclear is why the two employees didn't hear or see the train barreling down the tracks at more then 60 mph
>> reporter:and it could be some time until we get those answers, the ntsb telling me they will now head back to washington, taking the information that was gathered here today, along with data, audio and video recording, decipher all of it, and then compile a file report. that could as long as a year >> reporter:scott rates kron 4 news >> catherine: bail was set at 100-thousand dollars today - for the san francisco parks worker who ran over and killed a woman in holly park last month. that worker was charged with manslaughter today. his lawyer is now arguing that a dog played a part in the accident. this >> reporter: is the first time that we have heard anything about a possible bulk. swerving not to hit
the dock a short time he announced he says he ran over christine she died two years two hours later. the victim's family did not attend. her husband is still too broken up about what happened. pronounced tee left this area and then eventually came back. co- workers had to talk him into coming back. they said that he broke serious roles. rules. >> reporter: at the most pronounced he could face 11 years in jail. we would heard what he had to say
occurred in san francisco kron 4 news >> catherine: a strike for a-c transit union workers has offically been averted. for at least 6o days. the governor stepped in and took the labor issue to court. kron 4's will tran explains what happened. and what it means for passengers. >> reporter: guess what? you are guaranteed transportation for the next 60 days. they went before a judge in the building right behind the meat and they said yes on the 60 day cooling off period bus service is guaranteed. after that if you have learned anything after the bart strike after 60 days if no deal is in place ac transit bus strike could occur.
>> catherine: a-c transit riders could be paying less for a bus ride. at a public hearing today, management proposed a plan to give 5 percent discounts to anyone using a clipper card. >> catherine: they're also considering eliminating cash fares and paper transfers - instead, offering a day pass. the idea is to reduce delays caused by people using cash. >> catherine: a fare hike plan. fearing it will lead to fewer riders. the new changes would take effect july 1st - if approved. >> reporter:happening now. >> reporter:the u-s-d-a issuing an "urgent" recall of meat products sold in grocery stores. reser's fine foods is recalling nearly 23-thousand pounds of chicken, ham and beef products -- because of a possible listeria contamination. the items include 12 ounce to five-pound packs of premade chicken salad, ham salad, potato salad and baked beans. they were sold under brands including cobble street, cross valley farms and millers. the products numbers are "e- s-t 13520" or "p-13520" inside the u-s-d-a mark of inspection. all of the products were
distributed to stores across dozens of states. >> catherine: coming up. >> catherine: for the second time this week. a school tragedy. a young teacher has been gunned down. and a teenaged student is now behind bars. but first. >> catherine: and after the break. ay area residents trying to complain about a noisy event. get a raunchy surprise. >> jacqueline: the fog has been a big issue out there today i will tell you more about it coming up!
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just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. >> reporter:san francisco city officials still trying to figure out how a phone number mix up happened over the weekend. that sent people complaining about the noise of the nike women's marathon to a sex line! >> reporter:3-1-1 director nancy alfaro said the wrong number was given out for about a half hour before city officials were alerted. >>
>> reporter:when people called a nike customer service number to complain. here is what they heard. >> reporter:yikes! quite a mix up. turns out the number they were supposed to call started with *8-6-6 not a 1-800 number that was given out. >> reporter:here was what they were *supposed to hear. it's not clear how many people were misdirected. nike still has not commented on the mix up. >> catherine: still ahead. thieves throw a wrench into a major east bay construction project. then. >> catherine: a cabbie is attacked by a woman with a hammer. the robbery attempt - was caught on camera.
san >> catherine: the rust is taking on a new meaning at a popular san jose golf course. herds of wild pigs are running loose. kron four's rob fladeboe shows us the damage - and how grounds- keepers are fighting back. >> reporter: 3rd hole here at almaden valley country looks like the moon after a herd of some 40 wild pigs turned it into swiss cheese this week. swiss cheese this week. you can hardly walk through here now, much less play a shot from the rough and the pigs grow bolder by the day. >> reporter:groundskeepers are trying to fence the pigs out but it's a losing battle. they're especially active this year because it's so dry in the nearby hills. they will stop at nothing to find water and the grubs >> reporter:that live in the soil here.
>> reporter: >> catherine: >> reporter:the golf course is harassing the usually nocturnal intruders with golf carts and bright lights and are hoping to get a depredation permit to trap and and euthanize the pigs. shooting them is not an option because the courts is inside the city limits where hunting is not allowed. permitted. >> at the same time and during the middle of the day. >> reporter:crews are focused on trying to keep the pigs away from the greens and also hoping the return of winter rains will keep the pigs in the hills where they belong. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> catherine: a project to install an emergency water line at an east bay community is facing a big setback. the construction company behind the job says thieves have stolen some very valuable equipment. it happened near clayton on marsh creek road.
kron 4's mike pelton has the details. >> reporter: this is where the theft occurred monday night. in fact, you could still see the traffic track this is where the thief or thieves loaded the equipment called and compassion will want to be picked up and trailer. not an easy task because it can be very heavy. the escalator is part of a project to bring in an emergency water line to go park where nearby wells are becoming contaminated. >> they most likely new about our project and knew about our working hours. they probably recognize that we shift in the day which
brings them an opportunity at night. so someone must have come here and seen it and watch our habits. waiting for the perfect moment to still be equipment. we shut the project down for the most part yesterday. and that is critical project >> reporter: they are bringing in more today to resume the project. that reward is contingent upon the safe return of the equipment. >> catherine: a cab driver deliberately crashed into a parked car to save his life. after a passenger pulled a knife and swung a hammer at his head. as melanie woodrow reports - the attack was caught on camera.
>> but he is alive and his hand is in stitches. caught on camera became armed with weapons. >> >> reporter: it was time to pay the $6.15 cap fare he reached back what was put in his hand was a knife. she got out the hammer. >> bloom she could have split my scald!skull! >> suddenly, i looked and she was gone.
>> reporter: and not before being caught on camera. >> catherine: police are still looking for the woman who attacked the cab driver. >> jacqueline: very low visibility you can send us your weather pictures and may feature them on there. thanks to akuila for sending in this viewer picture of the foggy weather. at 8 a-m this morning you could only see thick fog into the bay. she says usually she sees a view of the dumbarton bridge. >> jacqueline: take a look at the coast with 52 and half moon bay and 50 in daly city. 60 in fremont and 64 in san jose. away from the coast line upper 70's and low 80's this afternoon.
tonight the fall " return with a wide spread coverage. fog. >> jacqueline: we do have some changes in store i will have all of that coming up a little bit later in the show. >> catherine: still ahead -- how the royals are breaking tradition in the christening of little prince george. then. george. then. [son] all right,she has no idea. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams]
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>> catherine: the world got a glimpse of little prince george today. as he was headed for his christening. the 3-month old was christened at saint james's palace. >> catherine: it was a small and intimate ceremony -- unlike royal tradition. his parents - william and catherine - are clearly trying to maintain more
control of what's shared with the public. the baby was dressed in a >> catherine: replica of a 19th century christening gown. he was shown off to family members including his great-grandparents, queen elizabeth and prince william - just before they entered the chapel. portraits of the christening are expected to be released tomorrow. >> catherine: and a reminder, you can catch all your entertainment news right here on kron4. the o-m-g insider starts at 7:00, followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30. >> catherine: coming up at 5:30. for the second time this >> catherine: he has to step down during the ongoing investigation. and coming up that pie 34 the second time this week to has been
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student at the high school. >> reporter:just two days ago we had the math teacher fatally shot in sparks nevada. in the massachuetts case.it's unclear how exactly coleen ritzer died.but police say she was beaten and her body found this morning in a wooded area near danvers high school at which she taught. >> reporter: they say surveillance video shows this he hadcarried her body from the bathroom to the wooded area. >> reporter:always went out of her way to talk to students.one of the nicest teachers at danvers high school. his classmates describe him as soft-spoken and pleasant. prosecutors have charged a 14-year-old boy
with murder. he's been ordered held without bond for allegedly killing a math teacher at a suburban boston high school. the body of colleen ritzer was found yesterday near danvers high school. authorities say she and the student, philip chism, were known to each other. she has been described as very respected and loved. >> she was the best teacher someone could ever have. >> reporter:the suspect, phillip chism was arraigned today in adult court. he's being held without bail at a county jail. the red sox plan a moment of silence. >> catherine: we're learning more about the student who opened fire at a middle school in sparks, nevada -- killing a teacher and wounding two classmates before turning the gun on himself. >> catherine: but police still don't know why he did it. the gun the seventh grade boy used came from his home -- and it's possible his parents could be charged. meantime -- a candlelight vigil is planned tonight -- to honor the murdered teacher and injured students. stephanie elam has the latest. >> reporter: the 12 year-old
injured to students and killed the teacher before taking his own life. >> the teacher is down? >> yes >> will get someone there at sparked middle school. and shot again. >> you have sparked middle. ? >> reporter: hearing a loud pop that he thought was a pirate cracker. >> i turn around and see a teacher approached the gunmen. the gunmen is pointing the gun at the teacher and shot the teacher. everyone started screaming and running >> reporter: boast that are calling him a hero.
>> putting his hands up in a motion to stop the individual's actions. mr. lansbury was shot in the chest. his court actions allow time for other students to flee the area. third >> he was a soldier with us but always a teacher. he always wanted to be there for the teacher. he always wanted to be there for the children. we knew that he was there to protect them. >> reporter: believe the weapon he used a ruger semiautomatic handgun came from his home. >> he was really a nice kit
and would make you smile when you were having a bad day. if he would just ask you if he could to buy you something he was just really a nice kid. i saw him getting bullied several times and i think he took his bullying out on others. >> reporter: what he heard as he was running away from the scene. >> he was yelling a bunch of things while we were running. he was yelling stuff like why are you laughing at me? why do you do this to me? >> catherine: bart trains were on time today - one day after the strike ended. things finally seem to be getting back to normal.with no delays reported and bart trains fully operational. >> catherine: now that the strike is over.there's a new focus on how to prevent a transit strike in
the future. kron4's dan kerman reports. >> reporter: what are the other options? we will have that coming up tonight on kron4 new spirit in san francisco dan kerman >> catherine: there was a fatal incident involving an amtrak train hitting a pedestrain this morning in san leandro this happened just after 9am near washington avenue and floresta blvd san leandro police investigators say a male adult was on the tracks when a southbound capitol corridor train struck and killed him >> we had a vehicle goal around the farms in citizens trying to beat the train".before the train"
>> catherine: investigators say the fatal impact did not occur at a designated crossing.the train was inspected before moving on to san jose.none of the 54- passngers or crew members on board were injured >> catherine: the obama administration is doing damage control after the many problems with theofficials are promising it >> catherine: so when woolsey and when will someone do us a favor, get ting rid of sarah palance? >> catherine: the obama and ministration is doing damage
control after the many problems with blotches of health care docked gulf. officials are promising it to be fixed about what exactly does that mean? tory done and has the story from washington. >> reporter: people in raleigh and california are using covered california. they have been fewer problems apparently because the state has set up its own system. >> many unanswered questions and problems are arriving on round the roll out it does not make sense to impose this one percent mandate tax on the american people. >> reporter: as two house committees begin to investigate the bosch
website launch even democrats have announced their frustrations. >> we are not happy if it does not work well occurred we are interested in moving forward. >> reporter: so far no word of a when we expect to see those fixes. kron 4 news. >> catherine: there has been fewer problems apparently because the state set up its own system. call centers, including one in concord have been taking questions, which also helps. the main which so far in california. a directory of doctors was posted was some rob affirmation. >> catherine: >> catherine: the capitol dome in washington is about to get a facelift. a nearly 59-million-dollar restoration project begins next month - and will last for 2 years.
there are all kinds of problems with the dome - including thousands of cracks. most of the work will take place during nights and weekends. the original construction was completed 150-years ago. >> catherine: a warning for pet owners. next! >> jacqueline: the fog has not cleared this afternoon. another round of dense falk not cleared this afternoon. ai love watching tvnse falk outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
54 points. the nasdaq lost 22. sparked a four day streak of record closes is ended for the sdp. >> catherine: people at public universities that are receiving a little bit of a break. the average annual cost of in-state tuition at public four year colleges this year is $8,900. that's an increase of less than 3%. which is the smallest boxed since 1975. it's also a big slowdown from the annual 8 percent hike sea and the last few decades. >> catherine: and bay area
prices are higher than national averages. here's what local drivers are pain. san francisco $3.90. oakland $3.76. san jose $3.79. >> reporter: gas and all in all prices are declining because the government says we have plenty of supply on hand. it also helps that the demand is dropping and part of that is because people drive less in the winter and the weak economy and accurate this is a double edged sword and a way it is nice for people to have extra money in their pocket.
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been very stubborn this afternoon. we still have some thoughts wandering over oakland right now. here is a look at our satellite image. solid at the coast this afternoon and filling through the golden gate bridge. as we move into tomorrow morning temperatures this afternoon are slow are definitely on the coarse side. 58 in oakland and away from the coast line with fairfield and livermore both at 78 degrees right now. the fog will be widespread tonight. the folk will clear tomorrow but make its way back to the coast line. temperatures will still largely in the 60s and low 70's. 50 near the coast line. not really
as a very good chance of rain will talk more about that in just a moment. first, last track the fog. it will stay there to the 8:00 hour stretching all the way down to the south bay and then the 10:00 hour not much clearing. by noon the fog was still weaker through the north bay and our bay shore spirit and dense fog advisory. through 11:00 tomorrow morning you would expect visibility less than a quarter of a mile at times. get yourself extra time tomorrow morning. the atlanta zoo finally have >> jacqueline: amin bellies and senate lake cool down. because we will have the clout coverage. a contest
allowed the public >> jacqueline: >> jacqueline: it does not look like it will reach us but hovered and that is when the water will occur. certain warmer conditions and that another storm would drop in monday bringing in an accord conditions and windy conditions but so far we cannot see any rain. giant panda twins ever born in the u-s. >> catherine: stay with us! >> reporter: to the average person this is just a truck parked on a street. but to
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meaning something indescribably beautiful and the magnificent. they are the first surviving giant panda twins ever born in the u.s. parentand bart trains are getting >> reporter: >> jacqueline: you can't really see much with the low clouds hanging on. how would the impact tomorrows commute? i will have more coming up! i love watching tv outside.
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pay bulls in august since spending weeks in the hospital badly hurt. he had scars on his face and all over his body. that would never fully disappeared. now his mother is worried about the mental of facts and the replacement of the pit bulls and how that would affect his mind. >> it kind of makes me wonder a little bit. of what they are trying to prove? >> catherine: he does not like that they are there. but the family is moving sun to a new neighborhood there is nothing illegal about them the neighbors replacing their pit bulls with new pit bull spirit
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. the deputy feared for his safety and the safety of the people in the area patrick >> catherine: does after they say he was spotted holding in replica gun. two deputies on patrol shot at the 13 year old and the lopez died at the same. kron4 elise the up reid is live in santa rosa with the latest.
>> reporter: as katharine they say the that the spirit for their lives when they shot the teenagers. we will go straight to video so you pacifica paris to-replica the teen had on him yesterday. >> reporter: they got out of the car and to maintain cover behind the door and ordered him to drop it. when he refused to drop the weapon they shot him. >> initially the subject that was towards the deputy occurred on the deputy shot shouted at the suspect as
the subject was turning toward him the barrel of the assault weapon was turning in his direction. the deputy feared for his safety and the safety of his parents and community members in the area. they believe that the subject was on to shoot him or his partner. >> reporter: after the teen was shot they ran over to start life saving procedures. but it was too late. the stompie replica of handgun on his body. >> catherine: federal and tested it is at the scene of a deadly bart accident
and the east bay or reconstructing the moments before two workers were hit and killed on the tracks. the accident happened over the weekend during the bart strike. a trainee was behind the controls. tonight ntsb hoping to piece together how it all played out. kron 4 scott rates is like and one that creek. >> reporter: taking measurements and snapping photos and of moving trains. the n t s be worked reid and acting what happened here on saturday. just a foot away from the memorial set up for lawrence the daniels and chris shepherd. . >> reporter: emulating the same conditions with the speed and time the operator during the accident parent our partnership with abc news you can see that it is
spread out all round the accident scene >> reporter: the horn was blown and the brakes were applied just before the accident. they are hoping that the data collected here today will explain why this to me and did not see the trains come barreling down the tracks at 60 mi. per hour. >> reporter: did speak to the lead investigator and he says everything went well and they got what they needed during a three hours and reenactment. they will now take them back to washington taking the effort mission that was dark year today. along audio and video recordings to decipher it all. >> catherine: as kron4 haazig my new report passenger at times were very
confused. >> totally confused. >> i am trying to go to walnut creek and that is not going to walnut creek. >> instead of a regular route we're going to take a boat tour. >> i had no idea. it was a surprise. no one seemed to know. >> i do not now. i am just trying to go home this is too much for me. >> reporter: think bart could have done a better job with getting this information out? >> yes. it would have been nice if we had known ahead of time. we could have decided on a different route. >> i do not know. >> are you going to walnut
creek? walnut creek, ok. >> reporter: haazig my new kron 4 news. >> catherine: he is charged with two felonies including manslaughter. j.r. stone is following that story and have no details on the case. >> reporter: day for the first time we are hearing about and all leashed dog and the grassy area. >> saw the dog. the dogs scampered up out from underneath the car. he started to think that maybe he hit something else because he mentioned that he'd seen a baby about 45
ft. to the right. >> reporter: is the first time that we have heard about this alleged dock. after 30 after running over 35 year old christina. employed in co-workers talked to him about returning back to the scene appeared amber naskhi is charged with felony manslaughter and hit and run he faces up to 11 years in jail. >> reporter: i spoke with them after court and you will hear what they had to say in my 8:00 story. >> catherine: livermore police is helping is asking for help the truck is probably have a lot of damage on either side because the victims' vehicle
was badly damaged. the truck as a brake light out. >> catherine: to flies have been found in the cupertino neighborhood. state food and agriculture will set out new tract spirit and a 10 mi. radius. johnson avenue on the east to the west. the oriental food like this and past decade devastate fruit and vegetable crop. coming up dozens of animals have been rescued from the homes. of but we will take a look at the conditions they were living and your problem with bad bugs and other past eight apartment complex and concord we will talk with people who are trying to get rid of them for good. and a golf course damage caused by
>> reporter: 30 they could take up to a few months to rescue dogs would be ready for adoption. rescue from in order to be facing abuse charges. >> reporter: during 22 cats from a woman on santa clara ave bauhaus was on and habitable. they are screening cats to make sure that they are adoptable. >> catherine: what he slate his arraignment today. >> catherine: what people at
an apartment complex are really upset about pricked the are trying to take action! i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
14-man group that is talking to the property management system he is doing everything he camp in may not be enough. >> reporter: admits that they have a problem with that box. and i become out and the start biting people port >> reporter: he also knows that they are not the only ones that have bid but for my spirit was >> i can't someone do what. why can't someone do it? >>they come back!
bedbugs become accustom to the spray being used. 2we clean. the dumbster is not being emptied. >> reporter: a group called tensed are filing lawsuits against the property management and may take more legal action because the apartment are being neglected. in concord dan rubin. >> catherine: again time to check out the damage. the problem is a wild pig spirit they are all over the place.
groundskeepers are putting up fences try to stop this mayhem. >> pigs are running out of tooled up in the hills and are coming down. >> we like for them to be trapped and be euthanize. they not need to be around here. >> catherine: for now, groundskeepers' are harassing the picked with golf carts and bright light.
but they say the stakes are getting bolder and have been spotted during daylight hours. >> catherine: the last patient still hospitalized after the ag on a crash at s f o has been released. the woman has been transferred from separate cisco. general to a rehab center she is in good condition after being badly burned. she also had a paralyzing spinal cord injury. at the end tsb is still investigating the crash which killed three people and injured more than 180 people. >> reporter: the man behind a by rope online d u i
confession now knows how long shall spend behind bars. here's the confession. which got millions of viewers and he played in court today during sentencing. late in that confession 22 year-old matthew coral said he was begging not to make the same mistake he did. >> reporter: goal was driving the rockaway in columbus ohio. this summer when he crashed into and killed been sent can't resigning. killed vincent canzoni >> reporter: a judge sentencedcordle up to eight now half year spurred apologizing to the victim's family. he faced up to eight and half years.
jus judge senteced him to 6 an a half years. >> jacqueline: the north bay of fact it in livermore valley affected something we have not seen in the past several mornings. >> jacqueline: as we move into the 8:00 all clearing a tiny bit from fairfield. and the south bay in the clear the fog will eventually make its way back. highlighted in a bunch which means
visibility for a quarter of a mile definitely giving yourself time in the morning tomorrow. 69 and loss' gatos and 67 in san jose. we are looking for much cooler temperatures and our inland valleys. the piece at the coast line and downtown san francisco. here is a look at the extended forecast, tomorrow balky start to the day. and cooler as well. storm will be sitting to the side... >> catherine: ocean beach has been rescheduled it was postponed due to the government shut down. used to people turning out for
this, hundreds of students and people getting involved in this, beverly locket. date they really love it. >> catherine: halloween is coming up and of course some of you have been sending pictures of your decoration and to also send pictures of your pet and children getting into the halloween spirit >> >> catherine: coming up, a man standing by his own car is shot by deputies they thought that he was trying to steal the car. >> catherine: bart stations avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" during the strike will take
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>> catherine: >> reporter: be to stop the he was trying to steal the car but he was rummaging through his own part in his own driveway. now we are getting a glimpse of what happened. >> shots fired >> getting ready to do with the fax to me, raise my hand and i got shot. >> reporter: shot in the hand and leg. he lunged at them with a shiny object. he says he just put his hands up as requested. the victim's lawyer says he plans to file a civil suit against the sheriff's department in officer spirit >> catherine: a popular pet treat treat has been
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from the door area. this is just breaking into have a crew on the way. you can see the train right there with a little bit of smoke. this trend has been evacuated and now stopped. the good news is that there are no reports of any injuries. we do see fire trucks on the scene along with ems trucks. significant response here at the start trained your this is the latest at what has been a tumultuous week for bart pyrrhic with the bart strike and the two bart workers that were killed on this treks over the weekend. and this what appears to be a fire on the train which had stopped. you can see the smoke coming from it. we do have a crew approaching the
>> reporter: working to reconstruct the deadly accident that happened to bart workers. trying to determine what factors lead into the accident >> reporter: the data will be taking back to 8 washington dc lab. that affirmation one not be released from at least six months to one year. >> reporter: >> catherine: after eating jerky treats the streets were made in china and they have been linked to hundreds of animal deaths. trying to recall what happened. >> reporter: is a mysterious treat illness that could be deadly for your pet.
vomiting and diarrhea but the real underlying its kidney disease. >> reporter: 580 deaths of animals connected to the jerky treats made in china. at least 10 cats have fallen ill. 1200 jerky pet treat samples have been tested since 2011 looking for things like pesticide and salmonella. and then to see how many different products were blended and. >> reporter: experts are still stunned at to what is making the animal sick. in a last-ditch effort they sent a letter or round to veterinarians requesting urinary samples after it is
very important to educate a veterinarian to stop their reverse any damage that had been done. >> if it is unhealthy and they are warning you against it then know you should not be giving it to them. >> jacqueline: visibility is reduced to over a quarter of a mile. as you can see on a fault tractor and will be wide spread to my morning the 8:00 hour virtually bay area wide. by 10:00 clearing very little making its way
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>> reporter: we update the breaking news refers told to about. we do have video of the same due to our partnership with abc news. we know that there is an official 10 minute delight at the horrendous state station. because of this issue. the two if fired on the bart train. due to a fire on the bart train. a lot of police cars and ambulances appeared the good news there aren't any injuries that we know of. not exactly sure when the call came amber to could see smoke and flame spirit the platform is closed bart is tweeting correct you can
actually see some people there on the platform waiting for the condition to be cleared. again and 10 minute delay we do have a crew on the way. again a tough week for bart. when you look at the whole situation the strike friday through monday to bart workers killed over the weekend bart is seen this fire is unrelated to the re- enactment of that crash. we will bring you any updates as we get them.
>> gary: same way the cardinals' defense was last year. they just did not get a win. dennis edwards had last week off time to rest >> reporter: terrell prior talking about growing up in pennsylvania. in a suburb just outside pittsburgh ok here we go... >> i just remember growing up and been a senior in high school. watching him the land around doing the same thing i'm doing right now. she at the end of the day that was the past and i was younger so now it is time to
go against him. >> gary: a fight spot on the board. leading right now 520. >> gary: 5-0 >> gary: a look like he had 1 ft. out the door. now his side is forcing we would like to honor the lacher of the contract. last year of his contract. >> gary: stern, now has his own bobble head. 30 years. >> unlike bubblehead they go like this this one only goes like this.
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circumstances i did not think that was true. ... >> gary: the movie was blocked shot a documentary. kevin was the first one arm basketball player to win a first division basketball scholarship in new york city. born without a lead lord left arm. lower ledft arm. >> gary: tell the truth, when you are playing high school basketball because... of your size you could maybe get a round. but when you play college, players are good how did turn out?
>> you are right especially the b level. when you want something enough's you figure out a way to do it. i had tremendous in krajina coaches and people all around the bay bridge and we made it work. >> gary: how did you york tech to you? >> how did need your take to you. it? >> had a tremendous amount of media. of course new york was at crazy. sirens on and that the lights on... firefighter pointed at me wherever they were going to win and it just blew me
away >> gary: do you still get people that were saying things to you that want the kindest thing to you in the world? >> definitely. i >> gary: you know they say you make it to college and they say people are you are an inspiration to people. however, there are enough stupid and ignorant people out there. >> >> gary: do you ever get tired of the inspirational story, hey you know i'm am doing all right. >> (laughter) that is an incredibly good question especially with a dot the documentary of my life and all of the goods scenarios. i have had my downs with that. but when
their camera crews and everyone is looking at you the fulfillment is a little bit more pressure. when you are trying to play basketball at it is a double edged sword. >> gary: are you republican we have a total of you and president bush. >> (laughter) we have we are working on getting the picture of me and president obama on the web site. >> amazing experience for high school kids for the president to come off the air force one. >> obviously i am not giving
away too much. >> gary: the documentary started in high school, right? >> yes it has been a huge process with a couple of thousand hours of footage. >> gary: he is terrific. your stepfather. what over here and get on this side. >> (laughter) >> is an unbelievable guy i am so blessed to have him in my life. he has taken care of me in every way. >> reporter: >> gary: it is open to the public is at the black cinema and livermore. >> bring a box of tissues because it is a tearjerker (laughter) >> gary: is beautiful to avo: at volkswagen we believe everyone deserves a better car.
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